Center Stage: Glee Club Spring Performance Tour - Day 5
Monday, March 14, 2011
The Glee Club started the morning at Glen Heron Golf and Country Club with the Purdue Club of Southwest Florida.
Freshman Brett Stockman helps set up the sound equipment at Glen Heron.
The Alumni Association set up a nice banner between two Purdue Golf carts for the occasion.
Flashbacks get a soundcheck in before the show.
Ba-na-na get up next to run through “Run-Around Sue.”
The guys enjoyed a delicious meal with member of the Purdue Club of Southwest Florida.
Then it was time to sing. The Glee Club took the stage for a quick forty five minute performance.
Freshman Taylor Rieff serenades PMO Advisory Board member Natalie King.
The show ended with “Strike Up the Band,” a new crowd favorite.
Then it was off to Faith Presbyterian Church in Cape Coral.
The guys set up the stage in the beautiful sanctuary.
The Properties committee arranges the speakers so audience members along the sides can hear.
Freshman Max Showalter hooks up the speakers.
Lighthouse tested out the sound with “On My Way to Heaven.”
Boilerboys was next up, running through their Jersey Boys Medley.
After soundcheck, it was off to a delicious dinner with guests.
The guys got to enjoy a delicious chocolate cake, decorated specially for the occasion.
Show time! The guys perform an old Glee Club standard, “Dry Bones.”
Freshman Taylor Rice sings the run out, “Slow Boat to China.”
Junior John Foerster gets a chance to serenade his mother.
Voiceovers wow the audience with “Just the Way You Are.”
The Glee Club gets the audience laughing with their John Williams tribute, “Star Wars.”
Sophomore Matt Hanauer presents a lucky lady in the audience with his carnation after the show.
Daily Student Perspective - Day 5: Junior Michael Blakley
Wow. What an amazing day! It started off with a great lunch and performance for the Purdue Club of Southwest Florida. I even won a raffle prize! The day was topped with, in my opinion, our best show of the year. It was a great day, but it was exhausting. It’s time to get some rest!